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Re: problem with ux400
Date: Mon, 2 Jul 90 13:49 EDT
I thought that's what subject lines are for. If the subject doesn't
interest you, you delete the message without reading it.
Hey, look at the subject line of *THIS* message, which is copied
from the one *YOU* sent. Subject lines just don't cut it as a filter
mechanism. Automatically deleting ones with "BUG" is too dangerous.
Manually deleting it is too tedious. And sorting through several hundred
messages, even if I only have to look at the subject lines, is simply
Why? Would scanning through the subject lines really be too much of
a personal hardship?
Yes, it would.
I'd have no objection to separating SLUG-BUGS off, provided Symbolics is
willing to carry both lists on dialnet. I don't use dialnet but a
large fraction of the SLUG community does rely on it.
Me neither, but I'm surprised you haven't asked how many daily
bug messages Symbolics gets.